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PBS
May 9, 2012 12:30am PDT
? >> and now "bbc world news." >> i am in singapore. >> i am in london. a double agent. u.s. officials say that they would be bomber was working for the cia. it kofi annan want syria -- >> as time runs out to form a coalition in greece, the left wing block appeals to other parties to end austerity. in the north of england that men have been accused of running a child sex ring. >> this is being broadcast on pbs in america and around the world. reports in the united states say that the man at the heart of the latest underwear bomb plot that they say that they spoiled they say is a double agent. he was working for the cia intelligence when he was given the bomb. >> the would-be bomber, citing american officials, the bomber was a double agents. the saudi intelligence agency. they gave him this device to take with him to blow up the plane. he took the underwear bomb. >> this is more complicated and sophisticated than previously thought. >> the young nigerian man tried to block himself up on christmas day, 2009. he failed. this device is described as an upgrade of that bomb. this has two forms o
PBS
May 4, 2012 6:00pm PDT
solutions and the wide range of industries. what can we do for you? >> and now "bbc world news." >> london reelects boris johnston as its mayor. a day protest against the egyptian military regime. balloon gas injures 150 people in armenia. hello, welcome to "bbc news" brought us into our viewers on pbs in america and around the globe. -- broadcast to our viewers on pbs in america and around the globe. a farewell to a beastie boy, adam yauch and dies at the age of 47. after 8 tightly fought election, the conservatives forced johnson has been elected as the mayor of johnson. he won after he failed to gain more than 50% in the first round. he beat labor costs can livingston by 62,000 votes. inhe beat labour's ken livingston by 62,000 votes. he said he would continue to fight for a good deal for londoners. >> in 84 days, london will welcome the world and the world will see a city that is going through a near victorian surge of investment in public transport. the jubilee line is going 3 miles an hour faster on average that was four years ago, while the murder rate is down 25% over the past four
LINKTV
May 22, 2012 11:00am PDT
to study at the royal college of art in london, a bastion of academic formalism. but he found his real inspiration on the other side of london at the british museum. he visited twice a week for years, drawing objects from the museum's vast ethnographic collection, and drawing inspiration from them that would have a lifelong impact on his work. (henry morre) primitive art makes a straightforward statement. its primary concern is with the elemental and its simplicity comes from a direct and strong feeling, which is very different from being simple for the sake of being simple, which only leads to emptiness. (narrator) moore's student work wasn't always well-received. one royal college professor declared: "this student is feeding on garbage." the student was unapologetic and went to paris in 1922 to experience modern painting and sculpture firsthand. he was thunderstruck by the monumentality of the figures in czanne's bathers. "the figures," he said, "appeared to be sliced out of mountain rock." two years later moore graduated and joined the royal college sculpture faculty, a post that ga
PBS
May 5, 2012 12:30am PDT
. -- london relaxed forced johnson as mayor. a balloon gas injures 150 people. welcome to bbc news on pbs in america and also around the world. coming up later, a big day for the british armed forces in their olympic preparation. ♪ you got to fight for your right and mca dies at the age of 47. it was a tightly fought the election in london. mr. johnson one on second preference after he failed to gain more than 50% in the first round. he beat livingston by 62,000 votes. there is a worldcom on the day -- it comes after the liberal democrats lose across the country. >> this was perhaps the biggest conservative victory of these elections. but it was a close to one man was expected. >> i would dedicate myself to making sure that londoners and, above all, young londoners are ready to take the jobs for this amazing city. >> he also paid tribute to can livingston who said kind words in a campaign that has seen very few of them. they fought bitterly. livingston accused boris of only representing the rich. but he did not recover from allegations of his own tax evasion. it was a bad day for the co
CSPAN
May 24, 2012 6:30pm EDT
chase. our best information is that the trading activities in question took place in the bank in london and perhaps in other affiliates but not in the broker-dealer directly supervised by the sec. although the commission does not discuss investigations publicly, i can say that in circumstances of this nature where the activity does not appear to have occurred in one of our regulated entities the sec would be interested in and focused on the appropriateness and completeness of the entity's financial reporting and other public disclosures. in conclusion, as we continue to implement title 7, we look forward to continuing to work closely with congress, our fellow regulators at home and abroad and members of the public. thank you for the opportunity to share our progress on the implementation of title 7 and i will of course be happy to answer any questions. >> thank you. chairman gensler, please begin your testimony. >> good morning, chairman johnson, ranking member shelby and members of this committee. i am pleased to testify along with sec chairman schapiro. today i am going to speak to th
PBS
May 12, 2012 12:30am PDT
viewers on pbs in the u.s. london's answer to the eiffel tower. the new olympic landmark is officially opened. the president of greece is expected to call of the political leaders for an emergency summit in a final attempt to form a new coalition government. the president papoulias will be attempting to accomplish what other leaders have not been able to accomplish. >> could this be the next prime minister? he is riding high. his popularity resulted from his promise to put an end to austerity. the polls suggest he would win 28% of the vote. that is one reason why he rejected at the inf treaty by the socialist leader to join him and other parties. he is unimpressed. >> erik prince and petty party politics with a view towards elections are not suitable at this critical moment. -- arrogance and petty party politics with a view toward elections and not suitable at this critical moment. >> they have been trying to come up with a deal. all of this has failed to produce a lasting relationship. call it a lack of chemistry, the bailout is the biggest issue of all. >> the bailout has been denoun
PBS
May 10, 2012 5:00am EDT
-old from east london with a greek father and a british mother. he has been chosen to represent the beginning of britain within all of this, given his jewel heritage. but interesting that the first torch bearer, when we will see in a little while is a greek swimming champion, but he too has a greek father and a british mother. so very much thought through that they wanted the first two torch bearers to represent the unity of the two nations. >> music written, original music written by messini. let's remind you here with us, following all of this with us on "bbc world news" is an expert on the area and the olympics, a resident of olympia of many, many years standing, also joining us, the author of the book "the history of the olympic torch". and just a little while ago, we are talking about the classical dress we are now witnessing. those are the heralds, the men, and there are women. >> they're representing the way the ancient presesses were dressed, and those girls from the mother city of olympia would also perform similar ceremonies when they had the games for women. this is d
PBS
May 4, 2012 2:30pm PDT
place in the security plans for the london olympic games. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america. tonight, there is some good news for chinese legal activist chen guangcheng. he has been offered a fellowship at an american university and chinese authorities say he is free to study abroad. it is not clear how long the process will take but the state department expects the process to be done speedily. for now, he remains in hospital in beijing. from there, we were sent this report. >> this is the way china deals with dissent -- silencing 8. outside the hospital where chen guangcheng, the most famous activist, is being held. he was brought to the hospital by american diplomats. he had sought their help in escaping after seven years of detention and savage beating. at the hospital last night, he made a dramatic call to u.s. congressman. under god was again, he appeared for help. -- under guard once again, he appealed for help. he wanted to go to america. he would like freedom and safety. u.s. diplomats have had the humiliation of being prevented from seeing him despite a deal with ch
PBS
May 4, 2012 4:00pm PDT
way to london for security at the olympic games. welcome to our viewers on pbs in america and around the globe. tonight, there is some good news for chinese legal activist chen guangcheng. he has been offered a fellowship at american university and the chinese authorities say he is free to apply to study abroad. there is no indication how long this will take but the state department expects this to be processed speedily. for now, he remains in hospital in beijing. >> this is a way that china deals with dissent, silencing its debt. -- silencing it. i am at the hospital where chen guangcheng is being held. he had been brought here by american diplomats. he had been -- he had sought their help in escaping after seven years of detention and savage beating. at the hospital last night, he made a dramatic call to a u.s. congressman. under guard once again, he appealed for help. he said that china had failed in his promise to guarantee his safety. he wanted to go to america. the u.s. deputy ambassador had the mediation of being prevented from seeing mr. chen. -- the u.s. deputy ambassador ha
PBS
May 8, 2012 6:00pm PDT
and the government would investigate what happened. >> our reporter in tripoli. we are live from singapore and london. still to come, parliament prepares for the queen's speech. the government outlined its plans to get the u.k. economy back on track. >> and we hear the remarkable story of a woman who has completed the london marathon 16 days after the race began. let us look at the stories making headlines in newspapers around the world. greece stays on the "financial times "a front page as the left tries to form a coalition government and demands an end to what it calls "barbara's austerity plans." in israel, the international herald tribune reports on a surprising deal between prime minister netanyahu and the opposition party, avoiding the need for early elections. the shareholders spring dominates "the guardian." there are shareholder revolts over and accepted pay deals amid lackluster performance. the south china morning post reports on escalating tension between china and the philippines in a month-long confrontation over disputed territory in the south china sea. i can tell you there is a tribu
PBS
May 11, 2012 6:00pm PDT
technology can give you a star trek experience. over 70 days to go before the start of the london olympics. prince william has paid tribute to the athletes who are going to be representing great britain. the duke and duchess of cambridge had been attending a dinner in celebration of the games. the prince and joked about his own olympic ambitions. >> i was asked to compete. sadly, and there was london pigeons with more athletic prowess than me. anyway, to adopt a famous phrase, "if you see me in a pair of speedos, shoot me." >> after a heavy rain, some areas of england are no longer in drought. the water companies will impose hose pipe bands in those areas this summer. -- bans in those areas of this summer. the latest attempt to form a government in greece has failed. there will be talks about setting up an emergency administration. the former brother-in-law of jennifer hudson has been found guilty of killing three members of her family. police in the north indian town have arrested two men and charged them with attempted murder after they were accused of trying to bury alive a baby girl. t
PBS
May 16, 2012 12:30am PDT
and welcome to newsday on the bbc. >> i am in london. the headlines. europe's agenda to growth. francois hollande bus to work with germany to resolve the eu's economic crisis. greece has disputes over the international bailout. there are fears of a euro exit. >> a war that left 100,000 dead. the commanders stand trial for genocide. four years after the beijing olympics, we assess whether the games left a lasting legacy. it is 11 in the morning in singapore. >> it is four o'clock in the morning in london. broadcasting to viewers around the world. welcome to newsday. just hours after taking office, the french president, francois hollande, has held talks with the chancellor merkel in berlin. the campaign on a pledge to renegotiate the austerity pact. he told the conference that europe should consider all possible measures. our europe editor has the story. [drums] >> at the palace, preparations for a transfer of power. elsewhere in paris, an unmarked car pulls out, surrounded by photographers. inside, 57-year-old francois hollande, a socialist leader, on his way to be inaugurated president o
PBS
May 22, 2012 6:00pm PDT
on the bbc. >> the headlines from london. in egypt millions of voters are prepared to go to the polls to elect a new president. a threat to global economy. pressure mounts on e.u. leaders to tackle the euro zone crisis. >> in spain and beirut, a group of lebanese men are kidnapped in syria. offering to sell olympic tickets illegally. there is a ticket scandal. it's 9:00 in the morning in singapore. >> 2:00 in the morning in london, broadcasting to viewers on pbs in america and around the world. welcome to "news day." >> 15 months after the uprising which overthrew president hosni mubarak, egyptians begin voting to elect a new leader, the first time they've done so freely including candidates as islamists and former members of the mubarak regime. the election is too close to call but two candidates likely to make it in the runoff next month. we have a report. >> this is the square that made history in egypt and around the world. the topic is back. the protesters and police are gone. egypt is a new country. historic presidential elections will take place here. >> after the elections, an
WHUT
May 17, 2012 7:00am EDT
prosecutors may errors in disclosing evidence. it will be vigil today. london becomes the official torchbearer. >> it is midday in london, 7:00 a.m. in washington, and 1:00 in the afternoon and athens, where a caretaker government has been sworn in. it is made up of a judge, a soldier, and several leading academics. the politicians will be on the campaign trail again. on june 17, the greek people will have to choose between politicians ready to tear up the eurozone bailout deal, and those who say they will stick to it. the outcome could have far reaching consequences way beyond the borders of greece. >> [speaking foreign language] >> standing together to try to steady the greek ship as the greek people get ready to elect a new government. it will be a difficult few weeks for them and a period of uncertainty for the markets. >> [speaking foreign language] >> prayers were offered up, and probably just not in greece for this group of technocrats. the university professors, a retired diplomat, a former general. the fear remains that a political limbo in greece will be followed by a stronger anti-
WHUT
May 22, 2012 7:00am EDT
's midday in london, 7:00 a.m. in washington, a 1:00 in the afternoon in paris, where the oecd, the organization that represents the world's most developed countries, has issued its starkest warning yet about the global economy. its chief economist effectively says the euro zone troubles could drag the rest of the world down with it. he said that a contraction in the euro zone is the biggest single threat to the global economy. reports. oxley repor >> teachers prepare for a strike against austerity in spain. throughout europe, this is a familiar scene now with a yet to be answered question -- how to keep schools up to standards and balance the books? >> the cuts are terrible. they not only affect the quality of education, everything is going to deteriorate. >> what should europeans do? the latest institution and to way into the debate is the 34- member oecd. the consequences -- >> the most significant single area of risk in the global economy has moved away from the edge. of the edge things and begun to deteriorate again recently. we cannot not rule out the development of a dow
WHUT
May 23, 2012 7:00am EDT
of the 2012 games. it's midday in london, 7:00 in the morning in washington and 1:00 in the afternoon in egypt where people are voting in their first pre-presidential election in the country's history. the elections come 15 months after topping the presidential power in february last year as promised a fair vote and civilian rule with. the elections hit estimates against revolutionaries. and let's see how polling is progressing there. we'll go to cairo. lee? >> let me tell you, welcome to the egyptian capital cairo. we're outside a polling station here in the metropolis. a lot of the traffic has been here, outside this district. let's take a look at the kind of security that's here. people are on their mobile phones. seems pretty relaxed. and some soldiers here as well. the only disorderly behavior was some of the women were saying enough, we want to get into this polling station. but for the most part, egyptians have been patiently waiting, telling us that they've waited 30 years, through all the years that the the ruler was in power. and we've been seeing people right up to this when they en
PBS
May 3, 2012 5:00am EDT
maker. a lot this evening in london. we expect the new hansa to be the official telephone of the olympics. that's why it's happening in london. -- the new handset. >> you will tell me next time how you have an official phones for the olympics. an emotional scene in northern england on wednesday evening fabrice appeared before his home crowd for the first time since going unconscious on the field. he was released last month from the hospital. now that story. >> this was a sight to many had feared they would never see. several weeks ago he was carried off the field close to death. fans were thrilled of his return. he was clearly moved by the celebration. the stadium resounded for him, calling his name. >his heart stopped 78 minutes at night. his life was saved by cardiologists who came down from the stands that tonight. >> i am overwhelmed at the support i have got. i'm happy to be able to speak to people again. i'm just happy. >> will he return as a player? his manager says not yet, but he is moving in the right direction. bbc news. >> you're watching bbc world news. someth
PBS
May 4, 2012 5:00am EDT
it took place in secret. >> it angered the islanders because of the run up to the london olympics. >> spoken here to compete on english soil betrayed on argentine soil. it's in line with recent comments from the noir general tinian president. she views the 30-year war. she wants her country's flag to fly above the island. with some argentines the propaganda video has gone down well. >> i think it's right. we are defending something that is ours with the weapons we have. we know we are inferior to the big power and we have to use what's in treach get something done. >> it's fabulous atistically, and as an argentine, it brings the spirit. yes, it's argentine soil. it really is rousing. >> but the island is not amused. they say it was made without their permission and in a cheap and underhand way it's as if, they don't exist. >> described by the british foreign secretary as a -- you're watching "bbc world news" with me, david eades. including. how will the japanese capital keep the lights on with no nuclear power? when a matter identity shower -- when a meteor shower came down, many
SFGTV2
May 7, 2012 1:30pm PDT
contributed art and craft to the exhibition. one of the partners is london's victoria and albert museum, which has been collecting the finest examples of victorian craft since queen victoria herself attended the groundbreaking ceremony. the artist of the victorian avant-garde believe that every object could contain an expression of beauty. the attention given when creating a towering sculpture should be the same as when creating a simple cottage gate. they embraced arts for arts own sake. whether in the curl of a flower or a stray lot of unpin hair. surprisingly, sensuality returned to public view during the victorian era. albert moore and others were inspired by ancient greek sculptures and found new uses in modern times. >> many of these paintings are large. when you get close to them, they seem to wrap you in this luscious colors. there's a great sensuality to the paintings, even though there's nothing sexual going on in the pictures. the artists just took delight in luxurious fabrics and colors and beautiful women. >> symphony in white is a life- size portrait of the immense stress of jame
CSPAN
May 23, 2012 2:30pm EDT
said, our focus is very much, because we did not regulate the london branch of the, of jpmorgan bank, that's an occ regulated entity, the fed is the holding company regulator, our focus is on the quality of their risk disclosure and their specific disclosures as a public company. when they talked about the, their potential, all the risks they faced as a business. when they talk about potential losses under their model, we are very focused on the accuracy and the timeliness of that disclosure. >> yes? >> i just wom say that would say we're aware it's primarily in the bank. that much of this emanated from the london side of the -- london branch of the bank, and as news reports have suggested, credit derivative products are at the center of it. >> in reference to these investigations, are they criminal or civil? >> the sec's authority is simply civil. not criminal. >> are you working with entities that are conducting criminal investigations? >> i believe the fbi has announced publicly that they have open the a criminal investigation, and we will all work closely together, even though we
CBS
May 5, 2012 6:00pm PDT
in two key states. norah o'donnell reports from the campaign trail. massive security in london ahead of the summer olympics. elizabeth palmer is watching the unprecedented peacetime build- up. and calling dr. shaq: randall pinkston watches graduation day for basketball legend shaquille o'neal. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> dubois: good evening. i'm maurice dubois. it was a contentious start to a military trial many years in the making. five alleged al qaeda plotters managed to disrupt today's arraignment without ever saying a word. the hearing took place at the u.s. military base at guantanamo bay, cuba. our chief legal correspondent, jan crawford, is there. >> reporter: khalid sheik mohammed and the four other top 9/11 suspects were in the same courtroom four years ago, and they were defiant. there were repeated outbursts. they said they wanted to plead guilty. well, today, they followed a different strategy: silence. he sat at a table in the front of the courtroom, and again khalid sheikh mohammed, the confessed mastermind of september 11, seemed in
CBS
May 5, 2012 6:30pm EDT
trail. massive security in london ahead of the summer olympics. elizabeth palmer is watching the unprecedented peacetime build-up. >> and calling dr. shaq. randall pinkston on graduation day for basketball legend neil. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> dubois: good evening. it was a contentious start to a military trial many years in the making. five alleged al qaeda plotters attempted to upset the hearing without saying a word. our chief legal correspondent jan crawford is there correspondent sheik and the other 9/11 suspects were in the same courtroom four years ago and they were defined. today they followed a different strategy, silence. he sat at a table in the front of the courtroom, and again khalid sheikh mohammed, the mastermind of september 11, seemed in charge. captured in pakistan in 2003, today mohammed, known as ksm, is thinner, his bushy beard tinted red. once seated he said nothing. when military judge james paul asked repeated questions about whether he wanted lawyers and who he wanted to represent him, ksm looked away. paul asked
WETA
May 22, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. >> to britain now where the london 2012 olympic torch continues to attract large crowds. the torch has stopped for the night in bristol. >> welcome to a very loud and boisterous bristol. >> we will have a big party here. celebration's continuing into the night. people are continuing to come out with one of the great days of summer. they celebrate the arrival of the olympic flame. a man from bristol and the former olympian join me now. it is free. thousands of people join me. >> the weather has been great. everybody has been excited. it is very early in the torch relay. we are anticipating the rest of the journey. the music is great. the atmosphere is great. generally, it is a celebratory mood. you can feel it. >> it is the first major city in the southwest. the torch relay heads up north. better than much this. >> how much of an inspiration is it to people? >> the fact that the olympics allah comes on once every four years. there is a lot of excitement. the youngsters want to hear stories. their own story. we will have our own stories after the games. >> you have been promoting interest around
CSPAN
May 28, 2012 12:00am EDT
concern in this case. >> okay. anyone else here? yes? >> kennedy notified the london desk and the existence of the embargo, that has been one of the criticisms all of these years and in a piece of "the huffington post," a stars and stripes correspondent had been there prior to kennedy and the 16 others and there are some responses to this book and your public apology in that piece that ran yesterday and there are some valid points in there. one of which kennedy sufficiently advised his problem. today when you have a story like your editor because of sat line phones. in those days you couldn't send a cable saying i want to talk to you about a story that i'd like to break the embargo on because censor wouldn't let you send it. and the line between london and paris wasn't a good line. it's not like you could call new york and talk it over with them. now, the argument has been made, actually, that this is breaking here's the story. well, that's not a very -- that why you broke the embargo and he didn't have much time to dictate the story because of the quality of the line. so
CSPAN
May 30, 2012 3:00am EDT
? yes. >> -- kennedy notified the london desk the existence of the embargo, that has been one of the criticisms of him all these years, most recently a piece that was moved yesterday in "huffington post." if you saw that, it was written by the soon of a person that had been the "stars and stripes" correspondent, and in fact had been there prior to kennedy and 16 others. there are some responses to this book and your public apology in that piece that ran yesterday. and there are some valid points in there. one of which is the question of whether, in fact, kennedy sufficiently advised his superiors of the existence of them bar go. >> let me start. >> you start. >> that's an interesting problem. today, if you have a story that is like this, you can actually talk to your editor because of satellite phones. in those days, you couldn't send a cable saying i want to talk to you about a story that i would like to break the embargo on. it's not practical, the censor wouldn't let you send it. the line between london and paris was not a good line. it wasn't like you could really talk to
NBC
May 10, 2012 5:30pm PDT
olympics in london is in its final turn now with the lighting of the torch in ancient olympia greece. 490 torchbearers will carry the flame across 1800 miles before it's handed over to london organizers in athens on may 17th. the torch will reach its final destination in london during opening ceremonies july 27th. >>> up next here tonight, look who's predicting a few flurries over balmoral. >>> nest next at 6:00, a an investigation into stimulus spending. and did "time" magazine go too far? >>> and while sleeping in on the weekends could be bad for your heth . >>> finally tonight, talk about a change in the weather. viewers of the bbc this morning did a double take when they saw who was delivering their forecast. while it was not al roker, it might have said a lot about britain's modern royal family. in london, our story from nbc's stephanie gosk. >> prince charles will likely be king some day, but should that job fall through, he may have stumbled on a fallback. >> this afternoon, it will be cold, wet, and windy across most of scotland. >> filling in as a weatherman on british tv. >> the
PBS
Apr 30, 2012 6:00pm PDT
in singapore. >> and it's 2:00 a.m. here in london. broadcast to the viewers on pbs in america and around the world," newsday." president obama's top counterterrorism adviser has given the most detailed explanation yet of america's use of drone attacks to kill suspected terrorists. in a speech in washington, john brennan said the strikes by unmanned aircraft, which were thought to have killed hundreds of militants in afghanistan, pakistan and yemen, were helping to win the war against al qaeda. the comments come in a week marking a year since osama bin laden's death. steve kingston reports from washington. >> it's the twhap redefined warfare. a man's drones allows washington to attack and target militants thousands of mile as way at the touch of a button. now with unprecedented openness, the obama administration wants to talk about them. translator: let me say it as simply as i can -- yes, in full accordance with the law and in order to prevent terrorist attacks on the united states and to save american lives, the united states government conducts targeted strikes against specific al qaed
PBS
May 10, 2012 12:30am PDT
:00 in the morning in singapore. >> it is 4:00 in the morning in london. broadcasting to viewers on pbs in america and around the world. the u.n. observers were supposed to help bring peace to syria, but they have come under attack themselves. while traveling in the southern province, a bomb exploded near their convoy. there have been reports of intense shelling in the city of homs. activists say it was the worst in weeks. >> they called homs the capital of the revolution. today, much of it is a ghost town. deserted, devastated. the syrian government rarely gives the media permission to enter here. we are traveling with a small team of unarmed u.n. monitors, trying to maintain a fragile cease-fire. a tough job. there is no truce in homs, only a defacto division of the destroyed city. notice how slowly we are moving through this neighborhood. the syrian police have left us. the u.n. monitors in an area controlled by the opposition. not a single person is on the street. the area is completely [inaudible] the first people to welcome us our fighters from the free assyrian army. not afraid to show thei
SFGTV2
Apr 30, 2012 8:00pm PDT
by the society in some ways. i must say that when i was going to london, i loved that. the inspiration, through the air, to everything. at the same time, i was fascinated. because i was not part of that. but as a voyeur that i am, i wanted to see them. i'm fascinated. i love them. i love the work of westwood. so i love their work because they did something, but they saw something that was happening, rebellion tight, and that mix of conservative with the art still. i love that, so it has influenced me. for example, in london, i saw a black trench coat, and in the front, you say black is not for children. black is bad, and everything like that that is ridiculous, so i told them. i must say that one for me was a learning experience. i love it. >> london has changed, as every city has. you certainly will not have any of those bankers wearing bowler hats and numberless. more to the point, london out is tremendously diverse. paris is becoming in admitting that it is more a diversity, and there's a little line for me quite hidden away the says i'm very much a parisian or i'm interested in parisian wom
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